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Psychonavigation 3

Bill Laswell & Pete Namlook

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Since the Psychonavigation series seems to be reserved for Namlook and Bill Laswell's more deep-space-oriented collaborations (and often with a somewhat gloomy tone), it's not surprising that this third in the series is a shadowy, somewhat Geiger-esque affair. While a funk-fueled breakbeat track (the only obvious instance of bass guitar during the course of the hour) makes an appearance toward the end of the recording, much of the material is concerned with shifting, overlapping tones and frequencies which combine, harmonize and reverbate. Sparse vocal samples accentuate Namlook's extended Synthi and Trautonium passages, with Laswell's deep, monochromatic bass textures providing an ample anchor point.

Biography

Born: 12 February 1955 in Salem, IL

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A longtime linchpin of the New York City underground music scene, Bill Laswell has been among the most prolific artists in contemporary music; as a performer, producer, and label chief, his imprint is on literally hundreds of albums, the majority of them characterized by a signature sound fusing the energy of punk with the bone-rattling rhythms of funk. Born on February 12, 1955, in Salem, IL, he initially played guitar, but soon switched to bass; raised primarily in the Detroit area, he honed his...
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